Category:Atlantes

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English: Atlantes — the plural form of Atlas in architectural sculptures.
  • A sculpted male figure serving as an architectural support in place of a plain column, pillar, or pilaster — which supports on his head a corbel or an entablature's architrave.
  • Other names for this figured column include: telamon — plural telamones or telamons.
System-search.svgSee also: Caryatids (the female equivalent).
atlas 
architectural support
Koch, Max (1854-1925) & Otto Rieth (1858–1911) - 1894 ca. - Der act, p. 73.jpg
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Subclass of statue,
column,
architectural sculpture
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Telamone (it); Atlasz (hu); Atlant (et); atlant (nl); Atlant (da); Atlant (arquitectura) (ca); atlante (fr); Atlant (de); atlante (coluna) (pt); Atlant (sl); ستون پهلوان‌پیکر (fa); 阿特拉斯 (建築學) (zh); Теламон (архитектура) (sr); Atlas (mimari) (tr); アトラス (建築) (ja); атлант (ru); Atlant (vls); Atlant (sv); Atlant (pl); Атлант (архітектура) (uk); Atlas (architectura) (la); Atlant (ro); atlant (nb); Atlant (sk); atlante (es); atlas (en); Atlanto (eo); atlant (cs); Атлант (архитектура) (bg) figura de hombre que forma el fuste de una columna (es); építészeti elem, szobor alakú tartó- és díszoszlop épületeken (hu); architectural support (en); variante masculine de la cariatide (fr); скульптура в виде мужчины, поддерживающего перекрытия здания, балкона, карниза и т.п. (ru) atlas, atlantid, telamon (sl); 男像柱 (ja); Atlante (Architecture), télamon (fr); Telamoni (it); Атлант (bg); atlanten, telamon (nl); Atlant (Arquitectura) (ca); Atlas (Mimari) (tr); Telamon (ro); Telamon (vls); atlant, atlante, atlantid (en); آتلانت, ستون پهلوان پیکر, اتلانت (fa); 阿特拉斯柱壁, 阿忒拉斯 (zh); Теламон (ru)

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Media in category "Atlantes"

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